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I am looking for a good Office Router that can handle good firewall rules, have logs, and ca support about 50 computers/devices connected with wire and wireless.

We had different models before, and even installed dd-wrt, but sometimes when there is some restriction rules, the router just hangs or starts acting weird on some connections.



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closed as off topic by random Mar 28 '12 at 23:47

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Depending on what you call good firewall rules, you can just use a refurbished computer, install Linux or BSD and voilà. This will allow you to have a very good firewall, with contrack and so on. You can also use helper software to write your rules.
Remember to automaticaly backup the firewall rules each night and/or use a CVS.

You don't absolutly need two network cards, but this is safer and simplier to have two.

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